Join presenter Nigel Marven as he discovers the colourful and varied wildlife and culture of Central America. Join him as he climbs the ancient Maya ruins of El Mirador, Tikal and Yaxha in northern Guatemala and treks through the humid jungles of the mysterious Darien Gap on Panama's border with Colombia in search of a giant eagle. You can be right on his shoulder as he finds colourful Quetzals in Honduras, frog-eating bats in Panama, feisty reptiles and gets close to lava spewing vo...
Technology has freed many travel advisors from the traditional geographic constraints to work where they please. And for some, Mexico has provided an ideal setting for running their U.S.-based businesses, even during the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the best things I did during my recent Israeli adventure was to take a Hebrew Cooking/Language class with two very interesting Tel Avivians, whom I met through mutual friends. Together, Nomi Zysblat and Guy Sharett run their class that starts at the Shuk HaCarmel in central Tel Aviv and ends up at Nomi’s kitchen in the chic Bauhaus neighborhood. This three-part excursion, meant to stimulate all the senses, combines Israeli food with Hebrew language fun: market tour, cooking class, and ...
Blå‘s story dates back to their opening day, over twenty years ago, on February 28, 1998. It has always been a place for social and cultural meetups, where the visual arts, live music, lectures, graffiti, dance, and nightlife come together. It is also one of the few places in Oslo that has such a broad, diverse, and attractive social and cultural life.
With his expeditions in six continents spanning 40 years, Mandip Singh Soin embodies the spirit of adventure.
Unhappy with the low-radar profiling of her country, a Harvard Business School graduate took matters into her own hands. The Result? An award-winning company promoting authentic travel experiences.
For the Geo Quiz, we are looking for a place in northwest Ireland where poet W B Yeats spent his childhood days and where stand up paddleboarding is a big tourist attraction.
San Diego has long been paraded as a forward-thinking, green city with a healthy and active lifestyle. So, of course, I was eager to check out this city recently when I collaborated with a team from the Surfrider Organization and the Hilton Hotels on a Sustainability trip to the region.
Editor for The Photographing Tourist: A Storyteller's Guide to Travel and Photography
KEXP's DJ Shannon reports back from The Great Escape Festival, a three-day festival in Brighton, UK that champions unsigned and underground artists with shows across 35 walkable venues. Here are some of her highlights:
The day before I left for the UK, I heard the devastating news about Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit. I was flying into Glasgow for a couple days. I was distraught and worried about returning to Glasgow in such a fragile state, but I was able to hang out with some of our m...
Let me introduce you to the very best of the Baja California Peninsula!
Great lil' place for live music and art. I've seen everything from Cuban bands to Blues, live DJ sets to Folk and Rock n Roll. They also have an Open Mic night once a month (check the calendar) with great local musicians and sometimes great traveling artists. You never know who will make an appearance!
You'll find very good food (I suggest the pizzas or the Argentine sausages made fresh on the premises) and drinks aplenty,...
A Tri-Partner FAM experiment aims to bring multiple wins to all involved
Notes from the Field by Kristen Gill, award-winning travel writer & photographer. Having spent some time lately in the Middle East, she now prefers camels to cars.
The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) recently facilitated a joint partnership between Columbia Sportswear and the Jordan Tourism Board which resulted in The Jordan Expedition, a challenging 10 day itinerary in May which hosted select members of outdoo...